Streams in the Desert for Kids is a year-long devotional that speaks to kids where they are today, providing the same kind of wisdom and comfort for life found in the classic Streams in the Desert by Oswald Chambers, but with a modern and relatable twist kids eight to twelve will relate to.
No one has to tell you life is sometimes hard. And for your kids, navigating the confusing, everyday feelings of sadness, fear, loneliness, and anxiety can be difficult. To help your child through those times, Streams in the Desert for Kids contains 365 daily devotions that provide comfort and advice centered on God’s promises to protect us and always stay near. It also contains sports information, scientific facts, and interesting stories to keep your kids engaged, with timeless wisdom and biblical facts that provide a strong spiritual foundation as they grow.
Streams in the Desert for Kids:
- contains NIV scripture that ties in all the time-tested insights from the original Streams in the Desert to help apply each day’s reading to your child’s life
- has devotions that take only minutes to read, allowing you to fit each day’s reading into any schedule
- is perfect for daily devotions in the morning, at mealtimes, or before bed
- contains a sample prayer for each day to help make connecting with God easy and natural for your child
About the Author
L. B. Cowman worked as a pioneer missionary with her husband in Japan and China from 1901 to 1917, during which time they helped found the Oriental Missionary Society (now called One Mission Society, OMS). When Mr. Cowman's poor health forced the couple to return to the United States, Mrs. Cowman turned her attention to caring for her husband until his death six years later. Out of Mrs. Cowman's experiences and heartbreak came her first book, Streams in the Desert, followed by its companion Springs in the Valley. During the next twenty-five years, Mrs. Cowman inspired several nationwide Scripture distribution campaigns and wrote seven more books. Finally, on Easter Sunday in 1960, at the age of ninety, Mrs. Cowman met face-to-face the God she had served so faithfully for nearly a century.